Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #4

Fantasy Scroll Magazine

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 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #4 includes 12 short stories:

"Circus in the Bloodwarm Rain" — Cat Rambo

"Forever" — Rachel Pollack

"The Dragonmaster's Ghost" — Henry Szabranski

"Restart" — William Reid

"Feeling All Right" — Richard Zwicker

"Universe in a Teacup" — Seth Chambers

"Skipping Stones" — Erin Cole

"Incriminating Evidence" — Charity Tahmaseb

"Posthumous" — James B. Willard

"Your Cities" — Anaea Lay

"Seaside Sirens, 1848" — Anna Zumbro

"#Dragonspit" — William Meikle


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

-Interview With Author Cat Rambo

-Interview With Author Charity Tahmaseb

-Interview With Author William Meikle

-Interview With Editor Lynne Thomas

-Artist Spotlight: Kuldar Leement

-Book Review: Half a King (by Joe Abercrombie)

-Movie Review: Interstellar (2014) (Christopher Nolan)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.


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  Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.

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Fantasy Scroll Press LLC
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Published on
Dec 14, 2014
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Pages
120
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ISBN
9780991661930
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English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #5 includes 10 short stories:

"The City Dreams of Bird-Men" - Emily Cataneo

"Moksha" - Andrew Kaye

"The White Snake" - Laurie Tom

"Tempest Fugit" - Christine Borne

"Sticks and Stones" - Jarod K. Anderson

"The Thousand Year Tart" - Charles Payseur

"How the Grail Came to the Fisher King" - Sarah Avery

"Human Bones" - John Giezentanner

"Bandit" - John H. Stevens

Graphic Story: "Shamrock" - Josh Brown & Josh Fortune


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Author Jim Hines

Interview with Author Sarah Avery

Interview with Author Christine Borne

Interview with Award Winning Editor John Joseph Adams

Artist Spotlight: Todor Hristov

Book Review: Echopraxia (Peter Watts)

Movie Review: Rigor Mortis (Juno Mak)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.

Issue #6 includes 9 short stories:

"Raven's Dream" - Robert Reed

"Jenny is Killing Turtles Again" - Alexander Danner

"The House of Ninety-Nine Secrets" - Kurt Hunt

"The Adventures of Captain Contempt in Mixed Media Installations" - Ian Creasey

"My Brother's Keeper" - Beth Cato

"Hand of God" - Erica L. Satifka

"Meat" - David Steffen

"Fortune's Dance" - Jaymi Mizuno

"The Nixie's Rival" - Brynn MacNab


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Award Winning Author Robert Reed

Interview with Author Erica Satifka

Interview with Award Winning Editor Ellen Datlow

Artist Spotlight: Franklin Chan

Book Review: The Grace of Kings (Ken Liu)

Book Review: Half The World (Joe Abercrombie)

Movie Review: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #8 includes 10 short stories and one graphic story:

"The Light Comes" by TONY PEAK

"Minor Disasters" by ELISE R. HOPKINS

"White Horse" by KATE O'CONNOR

"ReMemories" by NANCY S.M. WALDMAN

"The Gunman on the Wall" by ALEKSANDER VOLKMAR

"The Magister’s Clock" by SIMON KEWIN

"From Mutsumi" by KJ KABZA

"Making Ends Meet" by JAROD K. ANDERSON

"Haze" by K.S. DEARSLEY

"For the Heart I Never Had" by RALUCA BALASA

"Shamrock – Part 3 – Fury Uncaged" by JOSH BROWN & ALBERTO HERNANDEZ


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Author Martin Millar

Interview with Author Fran Wilde

Artist Spotlight: Chris Drysdale

Science Corner: A Whirlwind Tour of the Human Genome

Book Review: The Goddess of Buttercups and Daisies (Martin Millar)

Movie Review: Time Lapse (Bradley King)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #9 includes 10 short stories and one graphic story:

"Thomas Lynne" - Jordan Taylor

"When Angels Wear Butterfly Wings" - Stone Showers

"Sea Found" - L R Hieber

"Fountain" - Lynda Clark

"Beneath the Raven's Wing" - Rebecca Birch

"Exit Strategy" - Shane Halbach

"Where the Millennials Went" - Zach Lisabeth

"Scents of Life" - Robert Lowell Russell

"The Parting Gift" - Hall Jameson

"Shamrock - Part 4 - Hero's Scream" - Josh Brown & Alberto Hernandez


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Author Michael R. Underwood

Interview with Author L R Hieber

Artist Spotlight: Jessica TC Lee

Science Corner: Black Holes and Academic Walls

Book Review: Half a War (Joe Abercrombie)

Book Review: Updraft (Fran Wilde)

Movie Review: Pay The Ghost (Uli Edel)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #10 includes 9 short stories and one graphic story:

"The Genie and the Inquisitor" - Johnny Compton

"The Hummingbird Air" - Paul Roberge

"The Empty Faux-Historical Residential Unit" - Rachel Hochberg

"Last Age of Kings" - Jeremy Szal

"Kara's Ares" - Clint Spivey

"Protecting Nessie" - Hank Quense

"Dancing an Elegy, His Own" - Julie Novakova

"Lost Souls" - E. E. King

"The Answer" - Lynette Mejía

"Shamrock - Part 5 - Monkey Business" - Josh Brown & Alberto Hernandez


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Award Winning Author Matthew Kressel

Interview with Author and Editor Maurice Broaddus

Artist Spotlight: Josh Hutchinson

Book Review: The SEA Is Ours (ed. by Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng)

Movie Review: The Martian (Ridley Scott)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #9 includes 10 short stories and one graphic story:

"Thomas Lynne" - Jordan Taylor

"When Angels Wear Butterfly Wings" - Stone Showers

"Sea Found" - L R Hieber

"Fountain" - Lynda Clark

"Beneath the Raven's Wing" - Rebecca Birch

"Exit Strategy" - Shane Halbach

"Where the Millennials Went" - Zach Lisabeth

"Scents of Life" - Robert Lowell Russell

"The Parting Gift" - Hall Jameson

"Shamrock - Part 4 - Hero's Scream" - Josh Brown & Alberto Hernandez


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Author Michael R. Underwood

Interview with Author L R Hieber

Artist Spotlight: Jessica TC Lee

Science Corner: Black Holes and Academic Walls

Book Review: Half a War (Joe Abercrombie)

Book Review: Updraft (Fran Wilde)

Movie Review: Pay The Ghost (Uli Edel)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

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